THE CONGRESS: Scenes from the Late '60s

A President pleading once again for more U.S. military aid to Southeast Asia. Antiwar underground radicals igniting a bomb at the State Department, hiding another in a federal building in Oakland. Peace marchers rallying in Washington, exhorted by Congresswoman Bella Abzug, Congressman-Priest Robert Drinan, Folk Singers Joan Baez and Pete Seeger. Demonstrators occupying the Minneapolis and Washington offices of Hubert Humphrey, temporarily seizing the South Vietnamese consulate in San Francisco. Senator Strom Thurmond bellowing through a bullhorn in support of the Saigon regime.

More Money. A nostalgic flashback to the nation's Viet Nam War agonies of the late '60s? Not at...

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